A Beginners Guide to On-line Security

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In May of 2013, the Huffington Post reported teens send and receive over one hundred text messages per day. It is said 94% of teenagers are using social media. Finally a tool has been developed to educate our young users of technology in appropriate on-line habits and security best practice. Throughout A Beginners Guide to On-line Security, Wendi Finn will … [Read more...]

Raise a Well- Rounded Child

This is a guest post. Excelling in studies is undoubtedly important for children these days. To be able to be competitive in everything, especially where academic is concerned is very important if you want to be better than everyone else. It's a dog eat dog's world out there and-excelling academically will give them a good head-start in everything as it … [Read more...]

Rollick Giveaway!

Rollick is a fast and furious team competition. With Rollick, the entire team works together to act out clues for one (or more) person to guess. For example, one team pulls a card that says “massage”. That team must work together to act out the clue. It’s a hysterical, fun, fast-paced, team competition game that’s an absolute riot at parties, family … [Read more...]

The Power of Six

The Power of Six is the follow-up story to I Am Number Four. The story picks up shortly after the last book ended, but it opens with a new member of the Garde (super-cool young aliens with special powers, only six known survivors of their race).  If you've not read I Am Number Four, you need to know that in the beginning they were a group of nine. Nine aliens … [Read more...]